But a spokesman for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey would continue to attack USA -backed Kurdish militias inside Syria. The operation is in line with the country's right to self-defense borne out of global treaties and a mandate given to the country's armed forces by the Turkish parliament in 2014 and extended for another year in September 2015.
With Wednesday's 61-20 Senate vote to permanently remove Rousseff , Temer will serve the rest of her term, through 2018. She was accused of moving funds between government budgets, which is illegal under Brazilian law. 31, 2016. "We condemn the parliamentary coup against Brazilian democracy". Around 3:00 p.m. CST, Temer was officially sworn in as Brazil's new president in a 13-minute closed session.
Javier Urbano Reyes, a professor in the department of International Studies at the Iberoamerican University in Mexico City , said he thought Trump gained a little with the meeting but Mexico's president lost a lot. Many Mexicans wonder why Pena Nieto agreed to the meeting. The Republican candidate first made his accusations that Mexico is sending criminals and rapists across the border and pledged to build a wall that Mexico would pay for when he launched his presidential bid in ...
Kerry will be meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi at his residence later in the day. "There were some delays because of rain, and not even the Prime Minister, who we have great respect for, can do much about that". According to State Department spokesman Mark Toner, Kerry has extended his stay in India to join U.S. President Barack Obama in China for the G-20 that is scheduled to take place this weekend.
Renzi had hoped to use the occasion to showcase Italy's industrial prowess, but the natural disaster took centre stage, with Merkel shaking the paw of a dog that had taken part in the rescue operation as she arrived for the meeting. The Chancellor said that it was "completely understandable" that there has been "unease and concern" following the attacks. It mist be clear that we will stay committed to our humanitarian obligations, but we should say that those who have no right to stay must ...
The Republican presidential nominee firmly shot down speculation on Wednesday that he may be open to legal status for undocumented immigrants, vowing that "no one will be immune or exempt from enforcement". Critics, meanwhile, said Trump's glossing over the fate of people who are peacefully living in the USA without permission doesn't make up for his overall approach.
The clashes erupted as soon as Bongo was declared the victor of Saturday's presidential poll, with opposition supporters chanting, "Ali must go!" Security forces clashed with protestors in the streets of Libreville on Wednesday, soon after the electoral commission CENAP announced the results.
Such an openness and broad vision have helped China in preparing the G20 summit for a success. China has set out the main theme of the G20 as "Toward an Innovative, Invigorated, Interconnected and Inclusive World Economy". Reliance on monetary policy to spur global growth is no longer a practical option. Infrastructure, food safety and climate change are major concerns of developing countries, and are align with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Christopher Stevens and three others, government attorneys said . The case is Judicial Watch Inc. v. U.S. Department of State, 15-cv-692, U.S. District Court, District of Columbia ( Washington ). The agency said it would need until the end of September to review the emails and redact potentially classified information before they are released .
Obama's proclamation quadrupled in size a monument originally created by President George W. Bush in 2006. According to a White House press release , "All commercial resource extraction activities, including commercial fishing and any future mineral extraction, are prohibited in the expansion area, as they are within the boundaries of the existing monument".
Angry protesters took to the streets shortly after the announcement, accusing the government of stealing the election. Overnight, security forces assaulted the headquarters of opposition leader Jean Ping, according to Ping and witnesses. At issue are the results from one province where the tallies show almost 100 percent voter turnout, with Bongo receiving 95 percent of the votes. From his dad, who came to power, Mr Bongo took over in 2009.
On Monday, Ping called on the Gabonese people to "defend their choice throughout the country and overseas". "(People) are scared, they don't know what's going to happen but they have good reason to worry", he said. "It's going to be hard to get people to accept these results", one member of the electoral commission confided to AFP , asking not to be named. "We've never seen results like these, even during the father's time", he added.
Kim Yong-jin (63), a vice premier, was executed by firing squad on charges of counter-revolutionary activities after he was seen sitting in a "bad attitude" at the Supreme People's Assembly in June, the Unification Ministry here told reporters.
Recently, 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick sparked a nationwide fury by making a simple, yet profound gesture before the start of a pre-season game by refusing to stand as "The Star-Spangled Banner" was performed. The question, I suppose, is "why?". We have noticed the countless individuals coming to the aid of Kaepernick. When Kaepernick was born, his mother put him up for adoption and a family was fortunately, for his sake, there to adopt him.
Increased movement of vehicular traffic and public was today witnessed in nearly all towns, major areas and Srinagar city as well. Educational institutions have remained closed for the last 55 days as shops, markets and public transport have also remained suspended.
Turkey responded by expelling the Israeli ambassador from the country, recalling its ambassador from Israel and demanding a formal apology from Israel, as well as compensation for the victims' families. Turkish Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag earlier said that Israel will pay Turkey a compensation of $20 million for the Freedom Flotilla incident. Israeli soldiers will be exempt from legal and criminal responsibility and individual Israeli nationals also would not be held criminally or ...
On Aug. 24, Turkey launched the military operation "Euphrates Shield" against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Greater Syria (ISIS) in northern Syrian town of Jarablus. The campaign marked the first outright military intervention of the Turkish army in the quagmire of the Syrian war. Turkey is a leading backer of the rebels fighting to overthrow Syrian President Bashar Assad.
Federal Bureau of Investigation issues warning of foreign hackers penetrating state election computer systems
IL officials similarly suspended their voter registration system after discovering a breach in July. In Illinois, the breaches included the theft of data from as many as 200,000 voter records, officials say . states. The incidents prompted Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson to hold a conference call with state election officials earlier this month.
It said the storm was a Category 1 hurricane with sustained winds of about 80 miles per hour (130 kph). A weak frontal boundary will advance southward across the area Friday possibly engendering a few more scattered showers and a couple of thunderstorms.
Her views differ from Trump, who in his foreign policy speech called for the U.S.to seize Iraq's oil, its major source of income and one of its few natural resources. The fundraising swing concluded in style Tuesday night, with an event featuring performances from Jimmy Buffett, Jon Bon Jovi and Paul McCartney. On the attack: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Immigration has always been Trump's signature issue - and he used the speech to pitch it as the most important one in 2016's presidential election, too. "Tonight confirmed what we knew all along - there is no "softening"," Correct The Record spokeswoman Elizabeth Shappell said. Trump's apparent reversal and subsequent efforts to walk back the shift also drew derision from critics on the left who painted him as a flip-flopper on the main theme of his campaign.
Nigeria's President , Muhammadu Buhari , will attend the Sixth Tokyo International Conference on African Development ( TICAD VI) in Nairobi , Kenya, a top government official said on Thursday. Presiding over the event will be Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. More than 35 African leaders have confirmed their participation at the high level meeting which is starting today at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre.
But a new national poll by Fox News on Wednesday showed Trump chipping away at Clinton's lead: 48 percent of respondents supported Clinton, while 42 percent favored Trump. They're sending people that have lots of problems. "Bring them back where they came from". Trump voters also want very strict law enforcement: nine in ten believe people should report employers who hire illegal immigrants, while government should increase the fines on those who do, criminalize the employment of ...
Police took Riana to a hospital in Goldburn, NSW, on Tuesday, reporters were told on Thursday. Mitchell, 25, left first, at Kelso in NSW. Police feared Mark might not want to be found. Police are expected to speak with media about the investigation at 1pm. "They were a bit paranoid". "We know the family was obviously traumatised by something.
Make Mexico pay for it. Republican presidential candidate is expected to showcase a softer side . The Trump campaign's problem has frequently stemmed from their candidate sticking his foot in his mouth. But there'll be no path to legalization, no path to citizenship unless people leave the country. Only then could they be assessed for a possible return.
Adnani was well-known for ordering operatives to attack countries participating in the coalition against ISIS. "Significant operations carried out on his watch include the Paris attacks , the Brussels airport attack, the Istanbul airport attack, the downing of the Russian airliner in the Sinai, the suicide bombings during a rally in Ankara, and the attack on a café in Bangladesh", the official noted.
Clinton, a former secretary of state, said on Wednesday Trump could not paper over his previous harsh language against Mexico. However, he may have put himself at risk of limiting his ability to broaden his base of support to include more Hispanic-Americans and more moderate Republican voters who do not think it is possible or practical to crack down on all illegal immigrants.
According to the report, no one was injured, but significant damage was caused to the building located in Neder-Over-Hembeek, a suburb north of Brussels. He said about 30 firefighters were at the scene at around 3:00am (0100 GMT) fighting the blaze. Belgium has been on high alert since suicide bombings at the Brussels airport and subway killed 32 people on 22 March, and security forces remain on standby for another attack.
Karimov's daughter, Lola Karimova-Tillyaeva, announced the news today on her Instagram page , saying "His condition is considered stable". "I would also like to use this opportunity and to thank all of you with all from the bottom of my heart for your kind, honest and encouraging words of support and wishes for our president's speedy recovery!" Russian Federation on Tuesday said that reports of the death of Uzbekistan President Islam Karimov remain unconfirmed.
A statement from the Trump campaign said the discussion "was not a negotiation, and that would have been inappropriate". Last year, Trump pledged to create a deportation force dedicated to rounding up those illegally in the country. A senior Clinton aide said that the former secretary of state had also received an invitation to meet Mr Pena Nieto. "I call you a friend", Trump told Peña Nieto at the conclusion of his written speech before taking questions from the press.
Elliott had a comfortable lead before a tire problem on Michael Annett's auto brought out the yellow flag. O'Donnell, who called into SiriusXM NASCAR Radio on Monday, felt Larson's exuberance was attributable to the understandable elation of a first-time victor - nothing more.
Hundreds of students and faculty, including some Americans, were believed to have been on campus at the time. ‚ÄúWe are trying to assess the situation, ‚Äù President Mark English told The Associated Press . Hossaini reported the class barricaded themselves in, but some were wounded when grenades were thrown in after them. The siege of the university lasted nearly nine hours, before police killed the two assailants around 3.30 am, he said.
We don't want him. Meanwhile, former Mexican President Vicente Fox, who ruled from 2000 to 2006, tweeted in both English and Spanish on his verified Twitter page on his disapproval of Trump's visit. Pena Nieto's rebuke follows more than a year of campaigning by Trump that found the candidate repeatedly offering harsh words for undocumented Mexican immigrants and a sitting federal judge from IN who he labeled "Mexican".
The Labour-supporting star lashed out as a poll suggested Mr Corbyn is on track to score a huge victory in the party's leadership battle. We have thousands of young volunteers on our campaign taking part in this digital revolution. "The antidote to that is Labour both looking like we've got a prospect of winning in England and Wales, and therefore forming a government in Westminster, and having a programme for government in Westminster that would see investment in Scotland, in a new ...
Clinton brought up several more military-related Trump scandals before leaving the stage. While her increasingly popular party thrives on anti-immigration sentiment, she has been more careful in her speeches than Trump has been so as to make her party more mainstream.